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bil of rights history knowledge

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what is the bill of rights it is the basic set of rights that the people in the country have
what is the fourth amendment no unreasonable search and seizure
how many amendments are there 26
why is there a bill of rights? so that the people have a basic set of rights and freedoms
why cant I own a Canadian because of the thirteenth amendment which abolishes all slavery in the United States
is my mom not respecting my rights because she treats me and my brother differently no
if my mom got more christmas presents for my brother could i take her to court because shye violated my right to equality under law yes but i would probably lose
what rights do you have in the first amendment freedom of expression, religion, speech, press, and assembly
what is the second amendment right to bear arms
what is the third amendment prohibits the housing of soldiers if they are not welcome
what is the fifth amendment due process, double jeopardy, self incrimination, and eminant domain
what is the sixth amendment right to a speedy, public trial
what is the seventh amendment right to a civil jury trial
what is the eighth amendment prohibiton of excessive bail and cruel and unusual punishment
what is the ninth amendment protection of rights not specifically enumerated in the constitution
what is the tenth amendment powers and states of people
oprah gets searched because a cop does not like her show, what right is this violating fourth
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